The past week has been nothing short of electrifying on YouTube, thanks to Mike Postle and the Stones Live Scandal. That has led us to compile consistent YouTubers you need to follow as soon as possible.
1. Doug Polk
With more than 250,000 subscribers, Doug Polk is one YouTuber that dishes out fantastic content on poker and the cryptocurrency world.
He played a huge role when he reported the famed ‘Mike Postle scandal.’ One thing most subscribers love about Polk his dry and quick wit.
Having told fans that he’s not playing poker for the foreseeable future, Polk may be diversifying his content, but he still commands a massive audience in the poker world.
2. Joey Ingram
Called Papi by some, but popularly known as ‘Chicago Joey’ or Joey Ingram. This poker professional has a grin as wide as that of the fictional character, The Joker. He is one of the popular broadcasters on poker; in truth, he’s been so regular in the past 7 days that he has not slept properly.
From investigating the famous Mike Postle scandal to calling sensational poker hands for several years. Joey Ingram specializes in live streaming YouTube videos. He has a larger than life personality, with enough drama and enthusiasm for everything and has been consistent for more than 5 years.
Having secured his position as one of the poker content creators, Ingram has a considerable following and keeps his followers engaged to his channel with exciting new content. He reports on the latest happenings in the industry easy to understand ways.
3. Andrew Neeme
With a subscriber base of 127,000 people, Andrew Neeme has been able to get a fair share of the poker fan base, and he has been consistent for a long time. With the fantastic career that Andrew Neeme has had so far, he’s been able to churn our videos that everyone can take something from regardless of age.
4. Daniel Negreanu
With about 353,000 subscribers and still counting, ‘Kid Poker’ is one of the famous YouTubers. That’s not all, he’s also one of the best players ever to grace the game. Broadcasting on a regular basis, all through the World Series of Poker, Daniel Negreanu did not just stop at broadcasting poker videos, he also put out videos when he got married this year.
Later this month, Negreanu will head to Rozvadov. He’ll be taking his crew with him, so his subscribers are anticipating what he’ll be dishing out soon.
5. Brad Owen
Most videos from Brad Owen are usually between 10 – 20 minutes long. Brad Owen releases a video every week about his strategy when he’s playing. Sometimes, he features other players that care to join him like Phil Hellmuth Junior. There are several premium hands analyzed, and big pots lost and won.
6. Johnnie Vibes
If you like vloggers that are strategic and level-headed, then you’d love Johnnie Vibes. He does not think twice about going back to gain some action on the poker table. His videos have some similarities with what Jake Cody would have released if he decided to tow the same line.